Construction sites can often present significant safety risks because of the complexity of the work and constantly changing teams. As a result, it can be difficult to create strong safety cultures that keep frontline construction workers safe on the job site. However, digital information and processes can result in significant safety improvement. With a digital safety management system based on data and augmented with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), today’s construction sites can support leading indicators and a proactive safety culture that target safety risks and prevent incidents before they happen.
Join Scott Gerard, Owner and CEO at Safe-t-link, and Nick Goodell, Director Process Improvement at Intelex, as they explore how to optimize the creation of a digital safety management system built on data and analytics for construction. They will also show how a leading construction management firm followed a 5-step plan for successfully implementing a digital approach to using leading indicators that helps to keep workers safe.